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Warrington Multi Agency Safeguarding Training

Warrington Safeguarding Boards are pleased to offer a programme of multi-agency training. This includes courses which are part of a rolling programme as well as new courses that will reflect the Boards’ priorities and the changing agenda for safeguarding.

This programme will be regularly updated as information becomes available. If you can’t find what you are looking for, please visit our website at www.warringtonlscb.org or contact us to discuss further.
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Chetham's Schools Concerts November 2018 and March 2019
24 Sep
Please see the attached flyer giving full details of Schools Concerts taking place at at Stoller Hall, Chetham's School of Music in November 2018 and March 2019 Sound Experiment Schools Concerts Friday 9 November, 10.45am & 1.30pm Get your class involved in a sound experiment! £43.60 per class (max 35) Open Concert Saturday 10 November, 11am Early Years drop-in at 10.15am £8.72 adults, £6.54 children, £27.25 family of five Standard concessions apply Around the World in Music Schools Concert Friday 1 March, 11.30am Take your class on a musical flight around the world! £43.60 per class (max 35) Open Concert Saturday 2 March 2019, 11am Early Years drop-in at 10.15am £8.72 adults, £6.54 children, £27.25 family of five Standard concessions apply
Gov.uk update - Data protection: toolkit for schools
18 Sep
Guidance to support schools with data protection activity, including compliance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). www.gov.uk/government/publications/data-protection-toolkit-for-schools
Trauma Parenting Specialist Jane Evans comes to Warrington
14 Sep
Warrington Early years training team are delighted to welcome Jane Evans in in October and November to deliver some thought provoking workshops to help anybody working with children how to effectively Understand and support the needs of children impacted by early trauma. Early trauma shapes a child’s brain and body development and their perception of themselves, others and the world around them. They can only communicate the impact via their behaviours which may be subtle or very noticeable. Feeling more competent and confident about supporting the needs of children who find daily life extra stressful is a vital component of daily practice. This course will extend knowledge and offer clear strategies to use and to share Jane is a ‘learn the hard way’ person. She has learnt from personal experiences and through direct work with people who have often been in really bad places emotionally, relationally, practically and sometimes professionally. Its vitally important to better understand the role anxiety plays in children’s health, development and challenging behaviours. At the same time we must look at the anxiety behind the beliefs and behaviours of those who care for our children, whether as parents, carers or professionals. Quotes from Jane's website: "My work with two families impacted by children being violent to their parents was featured as part of Channel 5’s My Violent Child Series, March 2015 and I also appeared with a parent overwhelmed by aggressive behaviour from her 9 year old daughter on ITV’s This Morning, October 2015. My contributions to Channel 5 News have covered a range of children’s, young people’s and parenting issues, dilemmas and concerns. In my TEDxBristol Talk, I fulfilled a life-long ambition to talk about how we, and how children, are impacted by anxiety. I have relished the opportunity to speak to a packed audience at the Colston Hall and to be part of a life changing day for all who attended and took part. My breadth and depth of current knowledge, and my compassion for both children and parents, make me an asset to any programmes featuring children, young people and challenging behaviours. Regular contributions to Radio 5 Live, BBC Bristol and BBC Wiltshire and Magazine features, in Bella and Take a Break, focus on a variety of issues relating to how we are raising and treating children and young people in the twenty-first century, such as, in step-families, when going through divorce, children’s depression and anxiety. I draw upon my personal parenting and life experience and my long-term direct work with families, and combine this with my unceasing quest to marry the scientific research and findings to what I see and hear from those that I support." This workshop is available for anyone who works with children on a day to day to basis and is fantastically priced at only £40 per person. Bookings through www.myearlyyearservices.co.uk.